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Souper Woman

Souper Woman

A student with a weird soup fetish. When I'm not busy I'd love to cook, especially soups. I share my creations with you on this blog
Associated tags : autumn, celery, cheese

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SouperWoman's Soups

SouperWoman's Soups

The hero of soup recipes. Provides delicious soup recipes for every occasion.
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Articles : 46
Since : 18/07/2015
Category : Food & Drink

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Roast Aubergine soup

Roast Aubergine soup

Growing up with the blandness of the infamous Dutch cuisine, I've always been interested in exploring food from various countries all over the world and see what they do with spices. Now lately I've been quite fascinated with the spices of the Moroccan kitchen. The combination of warming cinnamon and cumin with refreshing mint is very interesting a
Old English Cream of Lemon Soup

Old English Cream of Lemon Soup

Anglophile ˈaŋɡlə(ʊ)fʌɪl/ 'a person who is fond of or greatly admires England or Britain.' A term that describes me pretty well, for as long as I can remember I have always felt a strong affection for England and Great Britain. I do not know whether this refers to my peculiar habit of drinking more tea than the average Englishman, my massive
Shropshire Pea Soup

Shropshire Pea Soup

June's favourite vergetable is without a doubt the garden pea, and it is not very hard to see why: its natural sweetness and its adorable spherical appearance, makes it a favourite dish that can be eaten with almost anything. A favourite combination, however, is with mint. The refreshing, cool flavour of mint combined with the sweetness of peas mak
Cream of Celery Soup

Cream of Celery Soup

Celery and soup have always been a golden combination. I almost cannot imagine one without automatically thinking of the other. Vegetable or chicken soup simply won't be the same without its celery. A clear broth with just celery is the best way to make a simple soup without spending too much time, effort and money. Additionally celery is a very he
Souper Woman meets Iron Woman: join me in my battle against anaemia

Souper Woman meets Iron Woman: join me in my battle against anaemia

Source: Alchemist-hp Hello my dear readers. Due to a serious lack of inspiration and creativity I have been absent for a long, long time. For those of you who were hoping that my return would mean that I would finally stop with all the superhero references in my soup blog, I have sad news. It's only been a couple of weeks since I went to see Avenge
Cream of Radish Soup

Cream of Radish Soup

When I say 'radishes', you will probably automatically think about salads and other cold dishes that have radishes in them. And I will not blame you, because radishes are usually eaten cold. Their refreshing mild taste and their crunchy, juicy texture make them perfect salad vegetables. Similar to cucumber and watercress, you would not associate th
Parsnip Soup with Cranberry

Parsnip Soup with Cranberry

It's been a while since I posted my last blog post, due to a serious lack of inspiration. Most of the soups I had made this autumn season were copies of my already really good classic recipes. However, this December, as I was in the supermarket, getting ready to buy all the ingredients for my super festive Chestnut Cranberry Soup from 2 years ago,
Watercress Soup

Watercress Soup

Summer has arrived early in the UK. Last week has been filled with sunshine, lunchbreak picnics in the park and outdoor dinners. Today I had spent my whole saturday afternoon reading books in the garden and felt like a light meal I could have in the garden. Watercress is the perfect vegetable for that. It is a lovely spring vegetable, known for its
Gazpacho

Gazpacho

Soup usually is something that warms you up on a cold winter's evening and thus something people usually crave when it's cold. So with a heatwave like this in the air, what's a poor soup addict to do? Luckily the Spanish have found the perfect solution to this dilemma: gazpacho. A chilled vegetable soup that is simple to make, does not require any
Oriental Tomato Soup

Oriental Tomato Soup

First of all my apologies for not having uploaded any posts lately. I have been awfully busy with work, moving to and settling in to my new place in London and to be very honest the weather has been simply too lovely to stay indoors for blogging and cooking. Today however is rainy and I am feeling a little under the weather, so I decided to stay in